– (100% Good Rated) Graphics organizer for police brutality

Data collection process
The researcher conducted the data collection process by administering interviews to fifty residents within the Detroit area. Every household occupied within the urban locality was eligible for inclusivity in the sample. 
However, the segmentation model applied large sampling fragments for African Americans, mixed-race communities, and city residents. 
The interview sample was weighed for adjustment in sampling fractions and response rates where applicable.
 The overall composition of respondents was thirty for the black Americans and twenty for the whites. 
The interview session had various questions that elicited an overview of how police treat civilians.
 Black respondents were pursued whether they considered that the police in the locality could respond swiftly for the respondents’ help as it was the case if a white person requested the same help. 
Additionally, the researcher asked the black interviewees if the police were mandated to stop and search people based on their looks, which would make them look suspicious as criminals. 
By slightly altering the wording of the same questions for neutrality and scraping off the possible bias, the whites administered them.
 All the interviewees were also inquired about the murder of George Floyd, most relevantly insinuating whether a similar incident was likely to happen presently.